A pariah people: the anthropology of antisemitism
The author offers and anthropological explanation for the phenomenon. in making use of anthropological analysis this book provides an explanation of the failure of apparently promising strategies for Normalising the status of Jews.
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z Max Webers Theory of the Jews as a Pariah People
Antisemitism Outside Christendom
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